Color blocking and other color harmonies have become a real trend this past year, but you don’t want it to be too cuckoo! With the help of Tiger Color, we can show you how to do this trend the right way! (PS – I am not an interior designer by ANY means!)
Complimentary colors are colors that are opposites on the color wheel. This color scheme is the easiest to get out of control since the colors are full of color; can be a bit much for the viewer.
Tip: To minimize color saturation, try use different tints, shades, and tones of complementary colors.
Analogous colors are colors that are next to each other on the wheel. This is typically three colors; this color scheme is probably the cutest! You can use nature as your inspiration!
Tip: Choose one color as your main color, another for support, the other will be an accent color.
Triad colors is what we know as color blocking. You pick three colors that are evenly spaced around the color wheel.
Tip: For successful harmony, pick one dominate and two accent colors.
If you would like to see the start of my apartment (it’s always a work in progress), feel free to check it out on this blog entry. Feel free to use these color harmony tips on the awesome Dormify products!